Electric Power Generation: A Nontechnical Guide

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Unlike more technical texts stuffed with formulae and theories, this book explains in plain English how power is created and replaces formulae with everyday examples and easy-to-understand illustrations. It opens with an explanation of how electricity is generated, then covers the planning and development of electric power stations, emphasizing modern considerations of merchant power plants, repowering, and the growth of gas turbine generation. The "facts" of generation are covered in part two—boilers, turbines, ...

Electric Power Generation: A Nontechnical Guide 2000, Pennwell Books, Tulsa, OK

ISBN-13: 9780878147533

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